Celtic pride on display at the Vancouver St. Patrick's Day Parade 2016

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Experience the city’s biggest display of Celtic culture at the 12th Vancouver St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2016.

The parade will feature over 2000 participants, including award-winning pipe and drum bands, Scottish and Irish dancers, acrobats, stiltwalkers, the Vancouver Police Department motorcycle drill team and pipe band, fire and police dogs, mounted horse drill teams, representatives from cultural organizations across the city, and much, much more.

After the parade, visit the Celtic Village & Street Market for food, drink, and handmade goods from some of the city’s best artisans, as well as live music from the Doolan’s Stage.

For more information visit the CelticFest Vancouver website.

Vancouver St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2016

When: Sunday, March 13

Time: 11 a.m.

Where: Starts at Howe and Davie Streets, heads north along Howe to Georgia Street, and ends at Georgia and Granville Streets.

Price: Free

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